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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

Is FREE CASH FLOW PER SHARE (FCFPS) same as FCFE? (except on a per share basis)

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  1. anonymous
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    It depends on how it is computed. I have learned never to trust a "free cash flow" computation until I see it.

  2. anonymous
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    It depends on which free cash flow you're talking about. If it's the same computations as FCFE then yes they are the same.

  3. anonymous
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    First u have to mention which CF are u calculating, equity or firm and when u say per share , this means that u just divide by the TSO

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